Cartoon Impressions #19: Wabbit

Cartoon Impressions is based on my personal impressions of various cartoons. 
This gives more weight to my own opinion. If you don’t like what’s said or written in this series, understand everyone is entitled to their own opinions.

I want to start out this post by saying I'm sorry. I'm sorry I was so hard on The Looney Tunes show. I know that show was like Looney Tunes meets Seinfeld, and it stepped away from the average Looney Tunes formula, but when you gave that show a chance it was actually kinda funny. Too bad that show split the Looney Tunes fandom. Many of you are wondering what's the difference between the comedy of Wabbit and the Looney Tunes show. Well you see the Looney Tunes show's comedy focuses on more on dialogue and wit then the average Looney Tunes comedy, which is visual comedy and slapstick! Wabbit attempts to go back to this formula. Sadly year after year the American Comedy has been taking it in the rear. Both Visual Comedy and Slapstick have taken it the worst. Wabbit unfortunately is one of the thousands of cartoons that gets it wrong. This show not only suffers from bad slapstick but also terrible writing. Some of the jokes in this show don't make any sense. The animation is far too restricted. Slapstick requires animation that's detailed, fluid and coherent. The animation is coherent but lacks the detail and fluidity that makes animated slapstick standout. My explanation may seem over simplified but I'll explain this later in more detail later. The only thing I like about this show is the art direction, but other an that nothing. Overall Wabbit seems like a lackluster product with no understanding of visual comedy or slapstick.

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